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Interview with Donna Lee Van Cott

Earlier this month, Mediamouse.org sat down with Donna Lee Van Cott to talk about indigenous movements in the Americas. Van Cott is a professor at the University of Connecticut. She was in Grand Rapids to give the opening talk at Grand Valley State University’s “Persistent Divides: Marginalization and Exclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean” symposium.

Mediamouse.org also wrote an article on Van Cott’s talk.

Interview with Donna Lee Van Cott

Searching For A Constructive Response To Our Entanglement In Iraq

A panel discussion with audience participation featuring on the Iraq War:

Douglas Howard, Ph.D.

20th Century Middle Eastern History

Calvin College

Robert Stewart-Ingersoll, Ph.D.

Political Science

International Conflict and Conflict Resolution

Grand Valley State University

Herman Keizer

Military Chaplain

Formerly with the Department of State

Moderator:

Fred Stella

Chair, Inter-Faith Dialogue

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Searching For A Constructive Response To Our Entanglement In Iraq

Raids, Deportations, No-Match Letters: Grassroots Strategy for Defending Immigrant Rights

A lecture by Margarita Klein, Brian Cruz, and Martin Unzueta titled “Raids, Deportations, No-Match Letters: Grassroots Strategy for Defending Immigrant Rights” from the “Socialism 2007: Socialism for the 21st Century” conference held in Chicago, Illinois from June 14-17, 2007.

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Raids, Deportations, No-Match Letters: Grassroots Strategy for Defending Immigrant Rights